MILAN NEWS

Milan have received some uncharacteristic good news this afternoon, with Stephan El Shaarawy set for a return.
Pressure continues to mount on Clarence Seedorf, with reports that the Dutch Coach will be gone before the end of the month.
Leonardo believes no one person can be blamed for Milan’s crisis, as he talks of links to Inter and the hope of a return to the field.
Former Milan full-back Luca Antonini has echoed Paolo Maldini’s critical words on Milan’s crisis, whilst affirming his commitment to Genoa.
Paolo Maldini’s strike out at Milan includes Adriano Galliani’s acceptance in 2011 to release Andrea Pirlo on Massimiliano Allegri’s say-so.
Stephan El Shaarawy was given the all-clear, but Ignazio Abate is out for 10 days, while Riccardo Montolivo and Daniele Bonera have problems.
Parma midfielder Ezequiel Schelotto has played down his side’s chances of securing a Europa League place.
Real Madrid Coach Carlo Ancelotti says the team he currently has at his disposal is probably the best he has ever worked with.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says he has every faith in Coach Giuseppe Iachini and that Pippo Inzaghi will not be replacing him.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi says Coach Clarence Seedorf’s position is safe despite a run of recent poor results.
Stephan El Shaarawy is set for consultation in the Netherlands today to ascertain the state of recovery in a foot injury.
Arrigo Sacchi says fans must have patience at Milan, as he backs Clarence Seedorf and Adriano Galliani amid crisis.
Silvio Berlusconi is reportedly set to discuss Clarence Seedorf’s future as Milan Coach and he could be out before the end of the season.
Clarence Seedorf explained why he and Milan players met with ultras leaders after a 4-2 defeat to Parma, assuring he is “not arrogant.”
Roberto Donadoni revealed the secret to dealing with Antonio Cassano, Parma’s amazing season and the Milan protest.
Antonio Cassano appealed to Cesare Prandelli for a World Cup spot and scoffed at Milan’s current problems.
Antonio Cassano bagged a brace against his old club as Parma sent 10-man Milan plummeting 4-2 after Christian Abbiati’s early red card.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani said the fan protest “hurts” and defended Mario Balotelli ahead of the Parma game.
Clarence Seedorf sticks with Mario Balotelli amid fan protests, as a Milan in crisis faces Antonio Cassano’s Parma.
Parma are ahead of Milan going into today’s game and President Tommaso Ghirardi admits it’s “sad to see them in this state.”